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On the Move, 11/20/12

Kelly O’Connell joins KCPQ in Seattle as an anchor and reporter. Previously, O’Connell was an anchor at KGAN in Cedar Rapids.

Meteorologist Iris Hermosillo joins KNXV in Phoenix from KCTV in Kansas City.

Bill Young jumps 47 markets as he becomes the morning anchor at KOKH in Oklahoma City. He will be leaving KFOX in El Paso. Read more

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Phil Anaya Named Weekend Anchor at KENS

Phil Anaya is stepping into the weekend anchor role at KENS, the CBS-affiliate in San Antonio.

Anaya joined KENS in June as a reporter. He will co-anchor the weekend newscasts with Karen Grace beginning April 28.

“We conducted an extensive search and auditioned countless candidates from around the country, but the very best person for the job was already right here in our newsroom,” KENS president and general manager Robert McGann said in a statement.

Anaya replaces Christopher Heath, who joined WKEF in Dayton last year.

On the Move, 12/23/11

Christopher Heath moves from KENS in San Antonio to WKEF in Dayton, where he will be the afternoon and evening anchor.

KTVB reporter Nishi Gupta joins Global News Toronto.

Reporter Chris Coffey joins WVIT in Hartford from KEYE in Austin.

Stephen Mayer joins KCTV in Kansas City as a multimedia journalist. He was previously an anchor and multimedia journalist at KTBS in Shreveport. Read more

Christopher Heath Leaving San Antonio for Main Anchor Job in Dayton

Texas native Christopher Heath has left San Antonio’s KENS to become a main anchor at WKEF in Dayton, OH.

“It has been my distinct honor and privilege to be a part of this newsroom and moreover this city,” Heath wrote on Facebook, announcing his move to Dayton.  “San Antonio doesn’t just feel like home, it is home.  This is the city where my wife and I celebrated our first anniversary, bought our first home and welcomed our son into this world.  Thank you San Antonio for everything!”

Heath joined KENS in 2008 as an anchor-reporter and his last day with the station was Sunday.  No word yet on when he’ll make his on-air debut with WKEF. Read more